Bastyr Center for Natural Health
Resident Naturopathic Physicians
Bastyr Center for Natural Health is proud to introduce our 2010-2011 resident naturopathic physicians. These six young doctors represent the leading edge of natural medicine education and patient care.
Todd Born, ND
Dr. Born focuses his practice on chronic diseases, difficult-to-treat or refractory cases, endocrine issues, neurological/neurodevelopmental disorders, cardiovascular disease, environmental and geriatric medicine. He spent time teaching English in Taiwan.
Danya Epstein, ND
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine
Dr. Epstein's areas of interest include mind-body medicine, botanical medicine, physical medicine, rheumatology, dermatology and mental health. She was valedictorian of her medical school class and is fluent in French.
Marisa Pellegrini, ND
Dr. Pellegrini is a primary care physician for both acute and chronic health conditions and enjoys seeing a diverse patient population. Drawing from her past experience as a research assistant, Dr. Pellegrini’s therapeutic approach combines the most recent medical research with traditional healing practices.
Ryan Robbins, ND
While studying at Bastyr University, Dr. Robbins was the recipient of the 2009 Les Griffith Student Award for eminence in his field of study and exceptional service to the University.
Hillary Roland, ND
Dr. Roland has a passion for athletics—including gymnastics, yoga, dance, snowboarding, mountain biking and Capoeira—which led to a special interest in sports medicine. In addition to her doctorate degree, she holds a certificate in naturopathic midwifery.
Anthony Rutledge, ND
Dr. Rutledge has always had a passion for serving people through health promotion, education, and hands-on care. His clinical interests include cardiovascular health, musculoskeletal complaints, chronic pain, rheumatology, and sports medicine.